Music video by G-Eazy performing Calm Down. (C) 2016 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Oakland, CA-raised rapper G-Eazy straight up loves the Bay Area, and he's repping his home base in his newest music video. You can see him riding around the city and hanging out with some local notables in the just-dropped clip for "Calm Down."
The vid mixes together a number of locales, from G-Eazy getting together with folks at a hot party ("I'm not found at the function if it's not lit"), to letting a bridge-side breeze hit his hair while riding shotgun in a convertible. The video for the Bay Area anthem also includes a nod to the BART system's Fruitvale station, and includes cameos from longtime city-dwellers like E-40, Too $hort and the late Mac Dre's mom.
You can peep what may well become the next commercial for O-Town's tourism board above. -- Exclaim!
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